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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Wednesday, 22nd August, 2018 9:26am
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In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Leaving Cert students arrived at Nenagh CBS to receive their results last Wednesday. Pictured from left are Dermot Brislane (Deputy Principal), Tom O'Meara, Conor McCarthy, Cian O'Brien, Jake O'Kelly, Hugh Quigley and Scott Mitchel.

In this week's Nenagh Guardian news...

Leaving Cert students arrived at Nenagh CBS to receive their results last Wednesday. Pictured from left are Dermot Brislane (Deputy Principal), Tom O'Meara, Conor McCarthy, Cian O'Brien, Jake O'Kelly, Hugh Quigley and Scott Mitchel.

Food bank to open in Nenagh – 'Nenagh Community Food Bank' to open next week with support of the Mid West Simon Community for local people who are vulnerable;

 

Cannabis growhouse discovered after house fire in Roscrea;

 

Low water poses safety risk to boaters on Lough Derg;

 

Local walkers on pilgrimage to see the Pope – Church of Ireland Bishop Kenneth Kearon welcomes Papal visit;

 

Progress made on plan for hydro-electric power plant at Silvermines;

 

Leaving Cert students across North Tipp receive their exam results;

 

Local TD Alan Kelly gets support to head Labour Party;

 

John Banville to read at Dromineer Literary Festival;

 

Obama statues unveiled in Moneygall;

 

Call for State purchase of Ballina mansion;

 

RTÉ Investigates reveals high rate of injury claims in Tipp;

 

St Vincent de Paul seeking new volunteers in Tipperary;

 

Great strides made by local volunteers in Borrisokane Town Park;

 

Cappagh Hospital fundraising award for Nenagh man Michael Boland;

 

Feast of reading in the 2018 Tipperary Historical Journal;

 

Packed programme of events for Heritage Week in Roscrea;

 

Book returned to Thurles Library after 53 years;

 

Farmers' market workshop at Coolbawn Quay;

 

Countdown to the 33rd Milford Hospice Harvest Fair;

 

Historian Danny Grace on Timothy Francis Quinlan (1861-1927), the Speaker from Borrisokane;

 

Nenagh musician James McGrath to launch new EP this Friday...

 

 

There's loads to read about in this week's Guardian, out now

 

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